GLENN SHORROCK is one of Australian music's most recognisable personalities - and voices! Born in Kent, England in 1944, following his family's decision to emigrate to Australia in the 1950s. There, in the early 1960s, Glenn formed a 'doo-wop' a capella group with some other lads which later became the nucleus for the chart-topping pop group the Twilights. Winning Australia's 'Battle of the Bands' in 1966, Glenn and the boys found themselves in England at the end of the year, recording at Abbey Road while the Beatles wrote 'Penny Lane' in the studio next door. After the demise of the Twilights in 1969, Glenn joined Brian Cadd to form Axiom, with their hit 'A Little Ray Of Sunshine' becoming an Australian classic. In 1975 Glenn became the frontman of a new group, Little River Band. For the next five years, the band travelled and performed around the world, enjoying enormous success in the US and Europe with a string of top-ten hits. In 1982, he decided to take a break from touring but the group replaced him with John Farnham. Although he later returned to the band in the late-1980s, the founding members lost the right to perform under the LRB name. Now in his seventh decade, Shorrock is still going strong.